Engraved, of Irish and political interest USA Dollar 1879 the reverse engraved with the Bible, a schoolhouse, and William of Orange (William III) on horseback, the inscriptions in the field 'Aughrim', 'Enniskillen', 'Derry 1688', and 'Boyne 1690' Obverse Fine, the engraving of good quality, an interesting and unusual item
Engraved - Dollar 1804 Bank of England engraved on either side Obverse: Mary Anne Adlhead Born April 28th 1805, Reverse: Gift of her Aunt Aldcroft 1811 Good Fine with grey tone, the date of the understruck coin (1802) clearly visible
GB and World Silver Coins on a heavy silver bracelet (total weight over 145 grammes) Crown-size to Hammered Silver Pennies, USA Dollar in a ring mount on a silver chain, Roman Silver a modern copy in a ring mount presumed silver,
A silver Bracelet with 20 silver coins mounted on it, a variety of issues from Hammered Groats to Victorian Double Florin, varied state. USA Dollar 1891 Fine mounted on a silver chain. A Large Replica Roman coin in a silver mount, plus a Ladies Omega watch in 18 carat White Gold
Papal Trial dies? (45) in lead most appear 19th Century, mostly octagonal, some square with a few round, uniface a wide variety of sizes up to 60mm diameter and up to 7mm in thickness, varied state, also USA Dollar Trials in lead (5), some in the pattern designs, each on an irregular flan and with the word COPY in the design, varied state
A mixed lot with GB and World base metal collections in Whitman Folders, some high grade decimal issues, medallic collections from the seventies Esso Soccer, Space Exploration and Wildlife, others in tins and jars, two Canadian Dollars double obverse and double reverse but these probably fantasies or high quality imitations, along with books including Freeman and EMC, a large table magnifier, and a large group of Hartbergers and some autographs including Test Match cricketers from the era of Alan Knott and Dennis Amis (lot)
A miscellaneous group (23) includes Bank of England Dollars 1804 forgeries (2), 1819 Shilling forgeries in base metal, plus a couple of 18th Century Token Issues and a 1977 Two Pence apparently struck in cupro-nickel
Paranumismatic mostly provincial Canadian "Dollars" Klondike, Calgary Stampede, Mount Rundell etc others including advertising such as Richard Lobell these generally North American themes and cupro-nickel Dollar sized Unc or near so a wide variety (87) and no obvious duplication
Countermarked Silver issues (2) Halfcrown 1679 WRIGHT marked obverse, Crown 1845 crowned K marked on the Queen's neck, along with a British Trade Dollar the obverse engraved as a love token from Harold to Edith various grades an unusual group, Countermark
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